A woman has been taken to hospital after being struck by a car on an Aberdeen street.
Police and paramedics were called to the West North Street area at about 4.30pm following reports of a crash.
The westbound lane of the busy city centre road was cordoned off as officers worked at the scene.
The incident involved a female pedestrian and a car. A second car was also seen within the cordon.
The windscreen of the of the car was smashed while the bonnet was dented.
Paramedics looked over the woman at the scene before the ambulance left under blue lights to take her to Aberdeen Royal Infirmary for treatment.
The extent of her injuries is not known.
Lengthy tailbacks after West North Street crash
Three police cars and one ambulance were tasked to the scene at the height of the incident.
Police cordoned off part of the westbound lane of West North Street to traffic after its junction with Littlejohn Street.
Lengthy tailbacks formed as officers guided all vehicles away from the area.
The road was closed for about two hours.
A Police spokeswoman said: “Around 4.30pm on Tuesday, December 5, police were called to a report of a woman having been struck by a car in Littlejohn Street, Aberdeen.
“Emergency services are in attendance and the victim has been taken to Aberdeen Royal Infirmary for treatment.
“Inquiries are continuing.”